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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: the mowgli's. nice job, you guys. thank you very much. that was terrific. thanks, you guys. hey, i want to thank all my guests. monday night jennifer lawrence will be here, but "jimmy fallon" is happening right now. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac --
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: oh, thank you very much, everybody. that's what i'm talking about. that's a great new york city crowd right there. thank you very much, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] all righty. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everyone. i'm so excited. we have carson daly on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we also have helen mirren. [ cheers and applause ] i'm sorry. dame carson daly. [ light laughter ] here's what people are talking about, you guys. this is big. hostess, the makers of twinkies, ding dongs and ho hos, has announced it's going out of business. [ audience aws ] now, the only place you can find ho hos or ding dongs is at the pentagon. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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this is not good, you guys. yesterday, the post office announced that it lost a record $15.9 billion last year. personally, i blame the guy who tried to mail $15.9 billion. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] just fedex it or something. get a tracking number on that. i didn't read the story. i just read the headlines. i don't know. this is a big story. black friday is one week away, and walmart workers are planning a huge walkout to protest the store's decision to open early on thanksgiving. yeah. so, now, when you walk into the store, you'll have to welcome yourself. [ laughter ] "welcome to walmart. well, thank you very much. hey, i like your shirt. thanks, i got it at walmart." listen to this, you guys. mitt romney is now claiming that he lost the election because president obama gave gifts, like healthcare and student loan forgiveness to young voters and minorities. yeah. giving voters stuff to improve their lives or as that's also known, being the friggin' president. hello? [ cheers and applause ]
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in more political news, i read that the joseph lhota, the head of new york's subway system, may run for mayor next year. and they've created this weird attack ad. >> joseph lhota says he wants to -- [ speaking incoherently ] but he actually wants to -- [ speaking incoherently ] [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: now, this -- in the future, it could make -- >> steve: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's a weird attack ad. this is interesting. a new study found that being in a stable relationship can add years to your life. [ light laughter ] great news for the rest of us. terrible news for taylor swift. it just -- [ laughter ] [ audience oohs ] never, ever, ever. it's actually -- it's rumored that taylor swift and her boyfriend, conor kennedy, faked their recent breakup. faked their breakup, yeah. as or kim kardashian put it,
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"pshh, talk to me when you fake a whole marriage." i mean, please. [ laughter ] this is nothing. [ applause ] that is nothing. [ applause ] here's some sports news. in a new interview, more than a dozen jets players and officials criticized tim tebow for not improving this season. it's not good. even god is like, "that guy's killing my fantasy team." [ laughter ] and finally, a woman in california just gave birth to the heaviest set of triplets in the world, which explains why their first words were, "what do you mean there's no twinkies?" [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! if you guys are doing some holiday shopping, check out these guys right there. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] "blow your pants off," "thank you notes 2" right there on sale now. you get the diamond -- you get
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the diamond package, $850. >> steve: diamond package? what does the diamond package entail? >> jimmy: it's this. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: shrink wrapped. >> steve: yep. >> jimmy: and that's it. >> steve: wow. [ laughter ] that's a deal. >> jimmy: yeah, pretty cool, man. we have a giant show, you guys. we -- i absolutely love this woman. her new movie is "hitchcock." helen mirren is here! [ cheers and applause ] st. helen mirren's the coolest. [ applause ] i love her. our good buddy, carson daly, is back on the show tonight! [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man. plus -- oh, very excited about this. he's the president of nintendo of america, and he's here to show us the nintendo wii u, which comes out november 18th. reggie fils-aime is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] it's the new nintendo console. and it's like -- you touch it and you, like -- you can throw chinese stars, like -- at your television. you aim it like -- yeah. it's the coolest thing. you guys are gonna freak out when you see it. and we have great music from miguel, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] oh, man! >> steve: oh, come on.
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>> jimmy: it's going to be good. hey, guys, today is friday, and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. i check my inbox. i return some e-mails and, of course, send out "thank you notes." and i was running a bit behind today. [ cheers and applause ] would you guys mind if i write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now? is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] james, can i get some "thank you note" writing music please? ♪ that's better. yeah, there you go. [ laughter ] yeah. oh, my god. put that in the blooper reel. good job. >> steve: oh, my god. [ laughter ] what? [ laughter ] what is that, a toy piano? >> jimmy: i don't know what he's doing. ♪ thank you, bag of m&ms, for showing us what it would look like if fat people designed trail mix. [ laughter ] >> steve: "what do you want in there?" "just chocolate." "what else? nuts?" "no."
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>> jimmy: that's what i would do. ♪ thank you, justin bieber and selena gomez, for breaking up. or as taylor swift calls that, a double album. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, new video game call of duty: black ops 2, for allowing me to simultaneously run a war and piss off my wife. [ light laughter ] just like this guy. [ audience oohs ] [ applause ] he did. that's what he did. >> steve: petraeus. >> jimmy: he did do that. he did that already. >> steve: general -- [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, british prime minister david cameron, for experiencing a wardrobe malfunction when your shirt came unbuttoned during a banquet. i believe the proper english term for that is a "nipple slipple."
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[ laughter and applause ] >> steve: i don't think that's a term. >> jimmy: "nipple slipple." >> steve: "nipple slipple." >> jimmy: yeah. ♪ thank you, mouthwash, for basically saying, "i don't want to brush my teeth, but i want everyone to think i did." [ laughter ] [ gargling ] [ coughing ] [ laughter ] do it again. >> steve: all right, ready? [ glugging ] [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: what is it? an attack dog in my mouth? >> steve: yeah. you realized it was vinegar. [ laughter ] ♪
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, smoke detectors, for being a loud alert that tells me i need to remove the batteries from my smoke detectors. [ laughter ] [ imitating alarm ] [ light laughter ] ♪ thank you, revolving doors, for basically being a really lame team building exercise with strangers. [ laughter ] "if we all push together, we'll make it through. and push. yes, we did it. okay, have a good life." [ light laughter ] [ scattered applause ] ♪ thank you, twinkies, for reaching your final expiration date. [ laughter ] there you have it. those are my "thank you notes." [ cheers and applause ] and everyone in the audience is getting a twinkie! we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ female announcer ] the day
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[ cheers and applause ] steve: ladies and gentlemen, it's time for "mirren, mirren." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mirren, mirren, on the wall, who's the fairest of them all? [ cheers and applause ] >> you can search for miles and miles, but the fairest of all is honey boo boo child. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mirren, mirren, on the wall, what do you think of legalizing marijuana?
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>> it's a heated debate, and people get catty, so i just sit back and blaze up a fatty. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mirren, mirren, on the wall -- [ laughter ] -- what do you think of "twilight"? >> i would not want jacob to fight me, but i would definitely let edward bite me. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mirren, mirren, on the wall -- [ laughter ] -- should i get the iphone 5?
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>> it's a good phone, but when it comes to apps, apple maps is a piece of crap. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mirren, mirren, on the wall, what's your motto in life? >> whenever i'm traveling solo, my motto is always #yolo. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mirren, mirren -- [ laughter ] -- on the wall, what's your best pickup line? [ laughter ] >> hey, i just met you and this is crazy, but here's my number,
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so call me, maybe. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mirren, mirren, on the wall, what can you tell me about my love life? >> well, jimmy, with women you're always quick to flatter, but, unfortunately, size does matter. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> steve: that was "mirren, mirren." stick around. we'll be back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our first guest is an emmy, golden globe and academy award winning actress whose new film "hitchcock" is in theaters november 23rd. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the beautiful helen mirren. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: knock out. helen mirren, thank you for coming back. thank you for helping me out with that. >> your english accent was very funny. [ light laughter ] it was hard for me not to laugh, as you saw. "mirren, mirren, on the wall." >> jimmy: yeah, i don't know what i was doing. it was different in rehearsal. >> what was that? >> jimmy: thank you. were you familiar with "honey boo boo" before our bit, or no? >> you know, i was. absolutely. i've watched that show and i love it. it's very -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's cute, right? >> it's just sweet. it's a loving family, you know? and there's something just very endearing about them. i really enjoy it. >> jimmy: have you seen this clip of her on "dr. drew" with her mom? no, no, i haven't seen. >> jimmy: have you guys seen this? >> no, no. >> jimmy: and she pretends that she's asleep to not answer dr. drew's questions. >> oh, no. really? >> jimmy: she's so cute. she goes -- [ snoring ] [ laughter ] and he goes, "oh, is she asleep?" she's like, "no, she's just joking."
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and then, she starts snoring in his face. [ laughter ] it was really cute. i love that kid. >> it's great because they're without fear. >> jimmy: yeah. and it is a loving family, too. any other reality shows? >> i'm not a big fan in general, but i love the ones where there's a task, you know, to complete. like "project runway." and i -- on "project runway," i love that. and there's a new one that's just been a huge success in england called "the great british bakeoff." and there it combines a reality show with dessert. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. oh, yeah -- >> it's like the perfect combination. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. yeah, yeah. i watch "top chef" and all that stuff. >> it's really great. but -- no. but this is just desserts. it's just making desserts. you know, apple cakes and -- and bread and pudding. >> jimmy: and it's good? >> it's fabulous. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> it's really great. it's been a big success. >> jimmy: i've never heard of it. >> i think it'll come. i'm sure it will come. >> jimmy: it will, eventually. yeah. do you do -- do you do a lot of
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cooking? >> no, i don't. i mean, you know, i do -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you like to watch it on tv instead. [ laughter ] >> i do. >> jimmy: thanksgiving, would you -- >> i do make my own clothes, mind you. i didn't make this. but -- >> jimmy: you make your own clothes? >> i do. i -- you know -- i -- >> jimmy: i didn't know that. >> yes, i sew. i love sewing. i make terrible clothes. they're always awful. and i can never wear them. but i just love the act of making them. >> jimmy: do you make men's clothes? >> yes, i've made men's shirts. i got into making men's shirts. i used to make shirts for my boyfriends until i got married. >> jimmy: can i have one? >> then, i thought i better stop making shirts. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. that's true. yeah, your husband probably doesn't want to make anymore. like, please stop making shirts. >> but anyway, thanksgiving -- you know, thanksgiving is coming up. >> jimmy: yeah. >> which is -- >> jimmy: you celebrate thanksgiving? >> oh, yes. cool. absolutely, i'm married to an american. but i didn't really like thanksgiving when i first came here because to me it kind of interfered with christmas. it was like christmas, but without presents. you know, i couldn't see the point really. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah -- 'cause yeah, in england you have a big -- >> and also you ate turkey. and for us in england, you knew you have to wait till christmas to eat the turkey. >> jimmy: turkey, of course. and boy oh boy, do you guys go all out for christmas. with the puddings and the -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and pudding's not pudding in england. >> no. >> jimmy: pudding is cake. >> well -- no. >> jimmy: pudding is pie? >> christmas pudding is pudding. [ laughter ] no.
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>> jimmy: pudding pie? pudding pie. >> pudding is pudding and pie is pie. and cake is cake. >> jimmy: i can't help but sound like bill cosby. [ imitating bill cosby ] and pudding is pie, but the pie is the pudding. [ laughter ] >> christmas pudding with brandy butter, very good. all flaming. >> jimmy: gosh, so rich and delicious and yummy and awesome. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. now, what do you make for thanksgiving? >> well, i -- you know, i'm in charge of the gravy, but my husband makes this thing called dressing, which i've never met dressing before i came to america. >> jimmy: no? >> we have stuffing which is very -- >> jimmy: oh, 'cause i call it stuffing as well. >> yes, well he calls it dressing. it sits outside the turkey, and it takes three days to make this. it's his mother's, mother's recipe. >> jimmy: whoa. >> and it's a, you know, tradition in our family, and it takes basically three days to make this dressing. one day of which is me going out shopping looking for buttermilk. that usually takes a whole day. >> jimmy: that does take a whole day. not many people carry -- >> because they always run out of buttermilk. always. >> jimmy: yeah, it's just -- >> it's like, where's the butter -- oh, it's empty. >> jimmy: wait, so you do buttermilk and what kind of -- >> he makes cornbread. he makes cornbread first. >> jimmy: oh, so it really does
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take three days. >> you know, he makes the cornbread. it takes three days. >> jimmy: fantastic. >> you know, you chop, like, a ton of celery and onions and he makes huge pans this big and this deep. >> jimmy: really? >> you know, and it lasts till the next thanksgiving. [ laughter ] we're still eating it. >> jimmy: a whole year round, yeah, yeah. i was doing some research -- >> it's very delicious. >> jimmy: i was doing some research on you. you had a job growing up. you were a blagger. >> yes, i was, while i was in school. >> jimmy: and what is a -- what is a blagger? >> well, a blagger is someone -- well, blagging. you don't have blagging in america? >> jimmy: we don't -- we have blogging. [ laughter ] very different from blogging. blagging is, sort of, getting people's attention, you know. yeah, he's a great blagger. he's sort of just -- he's -- you're a good blagger, actually. you're a natural blagger. >> jimmy: thank you. >> you know, you -- >> jimmy: i think. i still don't know what it is, yeah. [ laughter ] i don't want anyone calling me a blagger on the street. >> it's better than being a wanker. >> jimmy: yeah, well, thank you. well, i've been called that as well. >> it's a lot better than that. >> jimmy: but what is like a -- >> blagging means catching people's attention, which you do quite well.
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>> jimmy: thank you. >> but it's -- no, no, no, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but how would you be a blagger? >> you call out -- where i -- i was working in a dart store, you know, where people throw darts to get crafty prizes. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. like a carnival. >> like a carnival type thing. yes, exactly. and you have to -- and of course, you know, you have to get people's attention as they're walking by. so you would call out something in a question mark that makes no sense at all. i used to say, "excuse me, sir, sir, sir! excuse me, sir? did you pack in at the gate? did you? did you pack in at the gate? did you?" and they go, "what, sorry, what?" and come up and pose and -- "did you pack in at the gate?" "sorry, what did you say?" until they're right here. "did you -- anyway, we've got a great store here. we've got great prizes." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: nice. i would come. of course. how cool. >> so that's blagging. >> jimmy: oh, i love that. thank you fothat. now, we have to talk about
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"hitchcock." >> my career as an actress has gone downhill ever since. >> jimmy: no, it has not. please, please, please. gosh, we love you. i'm really excited about "hitchcock." this is you and anthony hopkins. and i'm shocked to hear, you guys have not worked together before. >> no, it's very weird. we've had, sort of, parallel lives and careers. we're almost like a sort of -- i don't know. we're like the pair of twins that we're born together but separated at birth and, sort of, didn't meet again until years later. >> jimmy: and you got on really well. >> but -- get on great. absolutely. he's a brilliant, brilliant actor. and i was very intimidated, you know, first meeting him. >> jimmy: helen mirren intimidated by an actor? >> well, it was the great anthony hopkins, of course. >> jimmy: true, but you're the great helen mirren. he's probably intimidated as well.. >> yeah, but i never played hannibal lecter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's great. i didn't think about that. yeah, you're right. you're right. you're right. he's so good. >> i used to -- he's excellent in everything he does. >> jimmy: this is the basic story behind this is that hitchcock's directing "psycho." >> yes. >> jimmy: and basically you're -- you're very close partners as well as being, you know, husband/wife. >> well alma -- alma reville was hitchcock's fe.
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and she was very much in the shadows. but as people who know, know, she was very important in the creation of his works and, in fact, it has been said that there were four hands on hitchcock's films and two of them were alma's. >> jimmy: wow. >> because she was such an important part of the creation of many of his works. >> jimmy: i want to show a clip of the movie, if you don't mind. here's the great helen mirren with anthony hopkins in "hitchcock." take a look. >> here comes the shock value. killing off your leading lady halfway through. i mean, you are intrigued, are you not my dear? come on, admit it. admit it. >> actually, i think it's a huge mistake. you shouldn't wait until halfway through. kill her off after 30 minutes. >> well --
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>> jimmy: yeah. i mean, that's pay dirt. [ cheers and applause ] the greatest. helen mirren! "hitchcock" is in theaters november 23rd. carson daly joins us next. come on back everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ bye daddy! bye! bye girls, love you. daddy, we made you a video for your trip! yeah, watch it on the airplane! ok here you go. aw, thanks girls. yeah hey. i also made you a video. aw, that's so sweet. you probably shouldn't watch it on the plane. say bye to daddy! bye girls! bye! vo: share videos instantly on the samsung galaxy s3. amber, brown and black. exclusively on verizon. because it helps you keep doing what you love. no wonder it's america's #1 selling pain reliever. you took action, you took advil®.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our next guest this evening is the host of "last call with carson daly," which is a late night staple in its 12th season. he's also the host and the producer of "the voice," which is a monster hit here on nbc. please put it together for a talented man, one of the best around. here's carson daly. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: welcome back. >> what's happening, pal? >> jimmy: good to see you, buddy. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: thank you for doing that bit, by the way. >> it was awesome. thank you guys. >> jimmy: you can't beat the roots. >> no, it's incredible. >> jimmy: no, you can't beat the roots. >> i'm star struck. >> jimmy: i want to say congratulations to you.
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a new little baby girl. >> thank you. yes. etta -- etta jones. ♪ >> jimmy: all right, all right. >> etta jones. >> jimmy: that's a good name, etta jones. >> my son is jackson james. >> jimmy: that's another cool name. >> so we liked that name. and then, we're trying to figure out a good companion name to that. we loved etta. we loved ella, etta, kind of those classic names. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and we though etta, but my son -- jones is my mom's maiden name. it's my middle name. >> jimmy: how's mom doing? >> she's doing great. >> jimmy: say hi to her for me. >> she's stalking your mom. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. i love your mom. >> they're besties. it's weird. >> jimmy: our moms are besties. >> it's crazy. you have no idea. i think we're having thanksgiving together. i'm not kidding. >> jimmy: wait, was etta from your -- >> etta is siri -- my girlfriend's -- grandmother's name was henrietta. so, when our daughter was born, we wanted to have a little homage to her side of the family. and they called henrietta etta. and i always loved the name etta. and i loved etta james for music, you know. but there's an etta jones. jones is my mom's middle name. and etta jones is also a great jazz musician from new york, actually. raised in harlem, who sort of famously lived in the shadow of etta james. >> jimmy: i had never heard of etta jones. >> yeah, etta jones. so it has a little music
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connection there, and a family connection. >> jimmy: i know you love the music. >> i do. i love the music. >> jimmy: i know. but this is a -- now you're full-on -- full-on dad mode. >> yeah, it's great. >> jimmy: you got yourself a minivan. >> swagger wagon. it's not a minivan. >> jimmy: the swagger wagon? >> swagger wagon. >> jimmy: no, no, come on. >> it is swagger wagon. >> jimmy: let me show you a picture of the swagger wagon. this is a minivan. that's what this is. [ laughter ] >> listen, even if you don't have kids, you need to have one of these. i took my son to see "yo gabba gabba" live in l.a. >> jimmy: sounds like a party. >> no, and toyota, geniusly -- they were marketing the -- whatever. the sienna. the swagger wagon. and the doors were open. "let's go check out this ride. it looks pretty hot." >> jimmy: looks pretty hot. >> the doors -- captains chairs. and it's, like -- this thing is like -- it's a four-wheeling fork. i mean, it's just like -- >> jimmy: you just hang out in here. like, this is what you drive even if you don't have the kids in it? >> well, i think guys, especially, you know, when you have kids, you know, that's the thing. it's like you have to get the minivan. but the swagger wagon is awesome. like, i have a motorcycle and a truck, and, like, i try and drive this as much as i can. >> jimmy: i love that. yeah, that's great.
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it's got all the tvs and all that stuff. i love this. this is a new domestic carson daly. because your girlfriend is a food blogger, right? >> she is, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, and so are you -- >> but she's a mother first. >> jimmy: aw, very nice. yeah, you have to do that. >> always wanted to say that. >> jimmy: we'll add an applause later. yeah, yeah. >> thanks. ♪ >> jimmy: too late now. it's too late now. >> no, just, like, i'm not home. but now i think, like, is she blogging too much now? like, we have two kids. >> jimmy: no, of course. mother first, yeah, yeah. doing everything, yeah. but are you into -- are you into food now? >> i am. i mean, i have been, but it's hard, you know. for a long time, i was watching my weight. it's something i've always had to, like, you know, kind of keep in check. and when you fall in love with somebody who's so incredibly obsessed by food. i mean, and -- it's her life, really. and i try and, like, bring food, like, you know, like this. i try and straight-arm food, if i can. >> jimmy: you heisman trophy food. >> yeah, i heisman -- and she hugs food constantly. >> jimmy: she hugs it and you hold broccoli and push it away. >> she's constantly -- because
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she's a great cook. she's a baker. so that's really what she does really well. i know. i have a radio show early, and i -- sometimes i sneak out of my house. and i'll look in the kitchen, and she has a big, like, kitchenaid mixer. and i'll just kind of peek in. and if i see two sticks of butter that are in there, i know i'm screwed. like, i -- that means mama's going to wake up and bake -- >> jimmy: you're going to be eating cookies. >> there's gonna be a thousand cookies when i get home. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. well, do you do any cooking? >> i like to barbecue. that's my thing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i got a grill. i got a green egg. you know what the green egg is? >> jimmy: yeah, i've seen these things. it looks like -- >> it's a smoker. it's a big -- the green egg. >> jimmy: maybe you've seen thing, right? the giant -- the big -- i see them, like, "skymall" magazine next to the doggy steps. they go up the side, yeah. >> i have a doggy steps. >> jimmy: and they go up and down. and you need that. >> i have the shampoo/conditioner for the shower that's a shower caddy. >> jimmy: "skymall" is the greatest. do you have the sasquatch that goes in your garden? >> i got drunk on a flight once and, like, a box showed up from "skymall," like, three days later. and i was, like, oh, my god. like, why would there be a "skymall" box? and then, i was -- this is fun. like, how drunk was i and what
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did i order? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: could be anything. >> totally. and i opened it up, sort of excited like a kid on christmas. and it was -- it was literally, like, a beanbag lap computer desk. >> jimmy: oh, i've seen that thing, and it looks awesome! >> so you can just, like, you know, put it on your lap. it's like a beanbag. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> and it's so stupid. >> jimmy: in your head, you probably thought it was so comfortable. like, i need this. >> right, this would be amazing. >> jimmy: dude, congrats on "last call." >> thank you. >> jimmy: 12 seasons, my man. >> isn't that crazy, jimmy? >> jimmy: 12 seasons. >> it's so great. >> jimmy: gosh, man, we've known each other for a long time. >> i know, we have, brother. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're always doing such a great job. >> thank you. it's so much fun. >> jimmy: we love it. we love being your lead-in. and then, "the voice" -- >> thank you. you're always so kind every night. i appreciate that. >> jimmy: "the voice" is just through the roof. i mean, it's saving our network. it's "the voice." it's nbc is "the voice." that's what we do, yeah. >> it's always fun. it's so crazy. >> jimmy: i mean, you're killing it. and now, you're going to start doing the next season in, like -- soon, right? march? >> we start shooting some of it -- yeah, christina aguilera and cee lo are taking a little time off at "the voice." you know, having a red chair is like, you know, being an "iron chef." you know, once your picture is up in the kitchen, you can cook any time.
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so we have shakira and usher basically pinch hitting. >> jimmy: you can't beat those guys. that's great, too. [ applause ] but next week, you got -- how many contestants left now? >> i think there's about ten left right now, yeah. and they're good. the talent's really great this year. after season two, we launched after that super bowl, and people really caught on to the show. and then, season three, we wanted to, you know, introduce the field. and the coaches are all in just good chemistry. and the talent -- [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: you know, i was checking -- is it itunes? >> yeah. >> jimmy: those ten contestants are charted on itunes. >> they all charted. >> jimmy: they all charted. >> it's amazing. >> jimmy: what is going on? >> it's the social networks on the show. they really just -- >> jimmy: you're making stars. it's so fun. >> and that's the idea. >> jimmy: you're a good man, buddy. [ talking over each other ] >> you're a better man. >> jimmy: congratulations on the baby. on everything. >> you, too. >> jimmy: say hi to mom. say hi to mom! thanks to carson daly. don't miss him on "last call" as well as "the voice." up next, a video game demo with reggie fils-aime. there he is in the bud light platinum suite. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ n, i'm glad aflac pays cash. aflac! ha! isn't major medical enough? huh! no! who's gonna help cover the holes in their plans?
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but only for a limited time. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: i'm very excited. we are here with the president of nintendo of america and a good friend of the show. please welcome back reggie fils-aime, everybody. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. all right. wii u is here, finally. i'm so excited. i'm like a little kid at christmas. what are the features? what's going on?
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>> so, this is the wii u, right? it's the entire system. it's the console. it's this magical gamepad. the gamepad is what brings everything to life in terms of new game experiences, social features, entertainment features. i mean, it's so wonderful. >> jimmy: you mean, like, netflix, hulu plus, all that stuff? >> all of that stuff. you can watch it on the gamepad itself, as well as on the big screen. you can play games just on the gamepad. last time we were together, we were doing those throwing stars right off the gamepad. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. it's my favorite thing in the whole wide world. >> so it's fabulous. >> jimmy: well, this is first time nintendo's doing hd, too. >> first time nintendo's doing hd. >> jimmy: 1080, man. that's what i'm talking about. >> imagine that. mario in 3-d. >> jimmy: all the karts. yes! >> legend of zelda in 3-d. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm so excited. all right. should we play a little something? >> so we're going to play a little something. >> jimmy: all right, good. >> and, you know, when we were together, we played nintendo land. >> jimmy: yes. >> and now we're going to play a different part of nintendo land, metroid blast. >> jimmy: okay, metroid blast. >> and we're going to do a little something different, jimmy, because for the first time, we'll going to play a little competitive gaming here. >> jimmy: wait, what?
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i'm going head-to-head? >> we're going head-to-head. >> jimmy: get ready to lose, president. >> you know what? [ laughter ] we'll see who's taking names in a minute here. >> jimmy: this thing is just the coolest. wait. whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. look at this. so i'm in that vehicle thing? >> you're in this vehicle, right, that is flying around -- right there. and you're trying to shoot me. i'm trying to shoot you. >> jimmy: i'm, like -- i'm holding this thing and i'm aiming at the thing. and i miss. >> now, you have a quick trigger finger, so i'm right away already. >> jimmy: whoa, whoa. don't shoot me right now, reggie. i'm not ready yet. hold on. we got to get -- [ laughter ] stop killing me, reggie! you are a guest! >> a little taste. [ laughter ] no, you're not going to get me, jimmy. >> jimmy: come on. what's up, dude? how you doing? oh, man. [ audience ohs ] >> just like that. >> jimmy: dude, how fun is this thing? this thing is amazing. oh, my gosh. all right. even though i lost, i'm still happy. well, you have another surprise for us. >> we have another little surprise for you. new super mario bros. u. >> jimmy: all right. i'm freaking out about this. >> so this is going to be fabulous. now, for this game we need to bring on bill trinen from our
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treehouse. >> jimmy: what's up, buddy? very good. nice to meet you, buddy. >> nice to meet you. >> jimmy: all right. i'm excited about this. this is the first -- this mario is going to be beautiful. >> this is mario. it's beautiful. this is the first time we've launched with a mario game in 16 years. it's been a long, long time. >> jimmy: gosh. >> this is the game that everyone is excited about. >> jimmy: the great thing about nintendo is you have mario and you have this, but then you also have -- you can play call of duty: black ops 2 on this thing. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: you can play the zombie one with -- >> both: zombiu. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ light laughter ] all right, let's play this thing. what are we doing? so what's his involvement? >> so his role -- >> jimmy: he comes with the game? [ laughter ] we're going to hang out with you now? >> bill does not come with every game. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> so what bill's going to be doing -- >> jimmy: you got to get your own bill. >> what bill's going to be doing on the gamepad is he's gonna be creating blocks. and these blocks can either help us or hurt us. somehow, i suspect he's gonna be helping you and hurting me. >> jimmy: what? >> but we'll see. >> jimmy: thank you, bill. [ laughter ] all right. >> so he's going to get things started here. >> jimmy: okay, here we go. >> so we've got these little yoshis here.
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>> jimmy: oh, cute. >> right, you want to grab one of those. >> jimmy: all right. >> no, you can't grab mine. grab your own. >> jimmy: all right, sorry. [ light laughter ] >> all right? >> jimmy: yeah. nervous. he's walking off. come on. all right, i got him. i got him. >> now, shake the remote. >> jimmy: what? yes! that's what i'm talking about, reggie. nintendo is the coolest thing in the whole wide world. all right, now what do i do here? >> so keep shaking it. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. shake, shake, shake! >> right? keep shaking it. and bill's going to build some blocks. >> jimmy: where -- i've flown off the screen. >> you've flown off the screen. we're just waiting for you to make sure that -- >> jimmy: how fun is this? are you kidding me? and just keep shaking. >> just keep shaking. >> jimmy: look at this. this is -- >> so this is one of the -- >> jimmy: it's beautiful! >> this is one of the easier levels for you, jimmy. we're trying to take it easy for you. >> jimmy: [ stammering ] bill! where's my bill? >> i saved you. >> jimmy: where's my bill? wait. checkpoint. >> i got it? >> jimmy: all right. thank you, buddy. >> let's keep going. let's keep going. >> jimmy: look at this. wait. this is mario -- >> this is mario in hd right here. >> jimmy: wow.
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i saw a line around the block for this thing. when it is out? >> so it's out this sunday. and so the line you saw around the block is for the nintendo world store. we've got people already lining out, waiting to get their hands on their own --their very own wii u. >> jimmy: and how much is this guy? >> so we've got two different configurations. the base one is $299. the second sku is $349. and it comes with nintendo land packed in. how cool is that? >> jimmy: dude, that's what i'm talking about. you're the best. reggie fils-aime. come on, you got to give it up. [ cheers and applause ] bill trinen of nintendo of america. the nintendo wii u hits store shelves november 18th. miguel performs next. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: coming up next week, zooey deschanel, amy poehler, rashida jones, martha stewart, alicia keys. [ woman ] ring. ring.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our next guest recently debuted at number one on the billboard r&b and hip-hop chart with his second album, "kaleidoscope dream." here he is on the cover of the next issue of "the fader." no, i'm just kidding. there he is. [ laughter ] it hits newsstands on december 11th. here to perform his new single, "do you," please welcome miguel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ do you like yeah oh yeah all right ♪ ♪ have you ever felt alone
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do you still believe in love all right ♪ ♪ but do you like drugs do you like drugs yeah well me too babe me too now yeah ♪ ♪ do you like hugs do you like love yeah well me too babe me too ♪ ♪ it's what we gonna do ♪ what about matinee movies and morning secrets midnight summers swim private beaches ♪ ♪ rock paper scissors best out of three mama said the greatest things in life are free ♪ ♪ what about lust what about trust what about love ♪ ♪ she said you know
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that i do now oh you do now ♪ ♪ hope you do now do you do now you do do do ♪ ♪ do you like drugs do you like drugs do you like drugs yeah well me too babe ♪ ♪ me too now me too yeah me too ♪ ♪ do you like hugs do you like love oh i feel like we got so much in common now babe ♪ ♪ so let's dance a little harder till i feel like i know all the things ♪ ♪ do you like drugs do you like drugs ooh ooh yeah well me too ♪ ♪ do you like hugs
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oh i feel like we got so much in common now ♪ ♪ right about now baby it's what we gonna do it's you and me yeah tonight ♪ ♪ you and me tonight you and me tonight you and me tonight you and me yeah ♪ ♪ tonight oh i feel like we got so much in common right about now babe ♪ ♪ yeah yeah i'm gonna do you like drugs tonight ♪ ♪ yeah baby i'm gonna do you like drugs tonight ♪
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yeah ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ ♪ oh tonight [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: miguel, everybody! check out his album "kaleidoscope dream." see him live saturday in atlanta! my thanks to helen mirren, carson daly, reggie fils-aime, miguel! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night, the roots, everybody! stay tuned for carson daly! thanks for watching! have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. that's the way to do it, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪


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